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Just Overlook the Resurrection and Believe in Jesus?

Just Overlook the Resurrection and Believe in Jesus?

As Easter approaches, many people in American society wrestle with the question, can’t we just overlook the resurrection and believe in Jesus? Some say, there are so many good teachings in Christianity that we should be able to focus on them without having to believe in a resurrection. While these statements may seem strange, they

The Hyperlinked Life

The Hyperlinked Life: Living with Wisdom in an Age of Information Overload

In the past fifteen years a revolution has taken place. You know about it because you’ve lived through it, but you may have missed its profound implications. Everyone’s heard of the digital revolution, but this is so much more. It’s the knowledge revolution. Here is what this revolution looks like: Not so long ago, we

Sacred Roots

Sacred Roots: Why the Church Still Matters

Welcome to the post-religious age — where the once clean-cut ideas about faith and Christianity are breaking down. Suddenly, things don’t seem as simple as whether someone is churched or unchurched. Christian or not. In or out. The very language our culture uses has shifted to accommodate this new landscape. There are new disclaimers and

Multi-Careering

Multi-Careering: Leading a Life That Means Something

No matter what stage in life we find ourselves – fresh out of college, nearing retirement, or somewhere in-between – at some point we all find ourselves wrestling with deeply personal and theological questions of vocation, calling, and purpose. These challenging questions don’t come with easy answers, but when considering who could best address this

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